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Increasing electrification and distributed energy generation put the distribution grids to the challenge
With increasing electrification of the transport sector and more power demanding appliances, the distribution grids are facing increasing power congestion and voltage problems. Moreover, increased distributed power generation from intermittent energy sources like solar and wind may contribute to additional voltage variability and problems.
Energy storage in the distribution grid
Energy storage placed at overloaded distribution transformers can assist with extra active and reactive power and thereby reduce the loading of the transformer. In the case of voltage issues, the energy storage systems can be placed further out on the feeders facing the voltage problems and contribute with active and reactive power, as well as phase balancing, to reduce the extreme voltage peaks and dampen the voltage changes.
Additional benefits from such distributed energy storage systems at the feeders are: reduced cable losses and reduced loading of the transformers. Moreover, such distributed energy storage systems can be coordinated and aggregated as a fleet of power and energy flexibility assets for additional services.
|Key services provided:|
|Power congestion relief||Store energy during low demand and provide power during load peaks.|
|Reactive power compensation||Consume or generate reactive power to reduce strain on transformers and lines|
|Phase balancing||Balance phase loads on upstream transformers and lines|
|Voltage support||Provide power into remote parts of the grid to maintain line voltage|
|Frequency support||Aggregating power or energy from distributed energy storage systems, this can be used to help stabilize the frequency|
Research and development is at the core of our business idea – together with our clients we are deploying solutions that reduce power cost without reducing power consumption.
Energy storage for power quality support and decongestion of distribution networks
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